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You Have The Right To Fight Your Traffic Ticket — And You Should

Speeding tickets and other traffic violations can do more than ruin your day. Points from traffic tickets can add up quickly, causing your driver's license to be suspended, your vehicle to be impounded and your auto insurance rates to skyrocket.

 

You can prevent this from happening. You can fight your traffic ticket.

Former Police Officer On Your Side

I'm criminal defense attorney Joseph M. Horn, and I represent people with all types of traffic citations in municipal or town courts in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

From speeding tickets to driving on a suspended license, I have the experience to help you fight your traffic violation. I also represent truck drivers and other CDL holders.

When possible, I have been able to negotiate a speeding ticket down to a nonmoving violation and even get tickets dismissed

A Lawyer Familiar With Police Procedure And Radar Equipment

My experience as a New Jersey police officer gives me an advantage in traffic violation matters. I'm very familiar with police procedures and how radar equipment works, which means I can confidently argue radar results and officer observations in court.

License Suspensions

In some instances, too many traffic tickets can mean losing your driver's license for a significant period of time. You can lose your license for exceeding the points limit, DUI/DWI offenses, drug convictions and administrative reasons like failure to appear in court.

I help clients mitigate their charges and fight to get their license reinstated.

Let Me Review Your Case Today

Without a skilled attorney, the consequences of a DUI/DWI conviction can be brutal — even if it's your first offense. Driver's license suspension, steep fines, ignition interlock device installation and possible jail time are among the long list of possible penalties you could face. In addition, your auto insurance rates may go up significantly.